Monthly Archives: October 2013

The star from afar


If you’ve studied at The University of Melbourne you’ll notice that it’s not just all FOBs and Private schoolers. There are some students that go to random public schools and shock us all by doing reasonably well in VCE to gain acceptance to the University.

They are probably misfit in their high school, the ones that actually weren’t brain dead and wanted to avoid the null hypothesis lifestyle of failure that the majority of their peers will succumb to. Without a plethora of resources and a lacklustre academic culture at their school, their desire is often derived internally, rather than through peers or teachers.

Often, public school “stars” will struggle to conform to the culture within their schools. They will probably resent their schools culture, the same culture which churns out hordes of dreg-tier failures annually.

These types of students often have only a few friends in the early days at the university due to most of their high school peers attending TAFE or other universities, but as usual they’ll get along just fine with the rest of their peers after the formative period at University.

They do fine at University academically, since they are more self-motivated learners. Obviously if they are doing Biomed, they are forced to try very hard since they are probably competing against everyone for Post-grad medicine spots.

Ultimately, students from public schools saved their $20,000 a year on school fees to end up at the same educational institution as many private schoolers, doing exactly the same course. Sure, they won’t have the connections or exposure as some of the private schoolers.


Single Mothers

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As I’ve mentioned before, women are amazing at rationalising, one example that you will hear continually throughout your life is from single mothers.

It goes something like this: “My child is the best thing that ever happened to me”.

Ah yes, that’s very true isn’t it. Trapping yourself to a life of regret, pain and burden is definitely the best thing that can happen to you! Yup, it’s great, you two can party together too when she’s (nearly) old enough!

Further to this, the single mother’s children are more likely to be delinquent, whilst also facing greater risks of Childhood poverty, Teenage parenthood, and behavioural problems. What a surprise!

As hard as raging feminists try, the negative social stigma attached to single mothers will not go away. Single mothers are more often then not, damaged women, with a physical burden for all to see. They will more than likely raise damaged children and let the vicious cycle continue.

Stay as far as you can from the whirlwind of dreghood. When single mothers say “there are no good men left”, what she really means “there are no good men left that will accept my bastard spawn, sky-high expectations and post-carousel-ridden-mumwhore body.”

The societal consequences of single motherhood will continue to increase, with economic empowerment for single parents served up by the government and push to eradicate the social shaming of such actions from discarded feminists. But be aware, building any form of relationship with a single mother is also a big no-no. it might sound harsh but a horrible fate awaits any man that takes a single mother more seriously than an easy bang. Each day, her kid is a constant reminder of the cad who knocked her up, whose child she willingly kept and is raising. You will always be the provider raising another man’s spawn, and be seen as the loser who is always second best.

Actions have consequences, don’t try to rescue women that dug their own graves.